Tuition:      $550.00 in advance, $575.00 if invoiced
Date:          October 5-6, 2017
Location:   Albuquerque, NM

Class Status: Cancelled due to too low pre-registration level

Indian law is one of the most unique and pervasive aspects of Indian life. This seminar distills this voluminous topic down to key, basic concepts and issues which affect Indian people and their relationships with the non-Indian society.  Attention will be focused on cases which illustrate these basic concepts.  Emphasis will be placed on recent developments in Indian Law exemplified by several Court decisions. 

Course contents include:

The history of Federal policy toward Indians and its impact on sovereignty
Defining the concept of Hierarchy of Law 
Defining the terms Indian Country and Federally Recognized Tribe
The Tribal Constitution as an expression of Tribal Law and Tribal powers
Civil and criminal jurisdiction and its impact on Indian people and Indian Country
Indian land status
Basics of water law
Principles and concepts of taxation
Hunting and fishing rights

Featured link: National Indian Law Library

Hotel Information: meeting location and sleeping rooms –
Due to a recent fire at the Residence Inn, we have moved the training site to the Courtyard Marriott, 1920 Yale SE, Albuquerque, NM 87106; Telephone #505-843-6600. Rooms are available at this location also, and the $91.00 Federal per diem rate for Albuquerque is honored. This location is just a few blocks from the Albuquerque International Airport, so if you are flying, the location is very convenient.